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E Archer, NYC Robert Edwards, Somewhere in the USA (9/3/20)

You've become less socialist in your old age, Robert,  ;-)  No worries, happens to the best of us.  Liberty is still the best.

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E Archer, NYC Robert Edwards, Somewhere in the USA (9/3/20)

I truly hate this fascist mask-wearing, BS.  It's got us all treating everyone like they have the plague.  Break up the society by mandating 'social distancing.'  Close down local businesses to keep people safe.  Signs on the street saying to stay home.  People lashing out at each other for 'breaking the rules.'  My local community has been crushed.  This is a concerted effort to strengthen the grip of power by 'authorities,' particularly those in the pharmaceutical businesses selling drugs to every country in the world, some of which will force these untested and expensive treatments on every citizen by law  perhaps even annually!  Globalism at its worst.

Imagine if the same effort were put into informing people and helping them build up their immune systems?  Sickness is big business, and a healthy nation is bad for business.  Plus doctors and politicians love playing God.

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E Archer, NYC Alondra, America (9/3/20)

While Truman's article did state his concerns over the CIA, the quote above is not in the article.

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Umm, what happened!!!

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E Archer, NYC Waffler, Smith (8/27/20)

"People who share a sewer system are being "social" period." ;-) That's a hell of a social gathering... Social is not the word I would use, nor do I think anyone else would either, if asked.

The shared part is the equal support all must give to make it work.  Rights of way are voluntarily consented to allow the sewer system travel through properties, a service provider is contracted, and payment is shared among the customers according to the agreement that chartered the system.

This is not socialism.  Socialism would be a government bureaucrat orders a sewage system to be built, appropriating any property needed, compelling by law that property owners connect to the system, and a tax payment will be required to maintain it  the amount of the tax will be higher than the actual cost because of all the government overhead required.

Can you spot the difference?

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E Archer, NYC denno, lodi (8/27/20)

Sports and entertainment were non-existent in 1912?  Sheesh, what an ignorant statement.

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E Archer, NYC Just a girl (8/27/20)

For a hoax, it sure is prescient!

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E Archer, NYC Dwain Dibley, Texas (8/27/20)

Your ignorance is showing...

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E Archer, NYC John Savard, Edmonton, Alberta (8/27/20)

In Canada, the Bank of Canada is authorized to issue currency interest-free, in order to create all the money the government needs without borrowing a dime.  Instead commercial banks have been used to create 95% of all the currency in Canada.  This is a profit driven system, not the system chartered by the Canadian government.  In 1913, all the Western countries were yoked to a fiat currency trading system which would be easily converted from one to the other.  All the gold was seized as collateral for this scheme, and our buying power has been stolen 95% since.  Income taxes were required by the Central Banks to pay the interest on the money supply (as every dollar is being rented).  There is no need for income tax if the government can print up the money it needs.  Lincoln did it, and he was assassinated for it, and Garfield suffered the same fate when trying to keep Greenbacks in circulation debt-free.  The central bankers are the self-appointed governors of the world, and they hold all the cards.

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E Archer, NYC Greg, Chichester (8/27/20)

Greg, think globally, act locally.  ;-) We are called as individuals to voluntarily do the good about which you speak.  To entrust a government of power-seekers to do good on our behalf is a misappropriation of responsibility.  It ultimately leads to dependency.  The poor are graced by charity; they are enslaved by subsidy.  Empowerment is more than a check.

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E Archer, NYC Don Lee, Reno (8/27/20)

"We" are not the government.  "We" are sovereign citizens that chartered a government.  Those we have elected as our representatives have no more power than we who have elected them.  The issue is that the people in government have usurped power from We the People.  They have turned the republic upside down  instead of the People being the masters and their government their servant, the government now claims power over the people.  Statism, supremacy of the state, is the core of socialism, fascism, communism, monarchy.  That is not We the People! Don, you are not my governor.

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It's hard to live happily with dishonor...

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Frankly, I have never understood the desire to rule, but apparently, it's a thing. ;-)  It just goes to show, that freedom-lovers cannot rest on their laurels  we will forever have to defend ourselves against the authoritarians who have an insatiable desire for power.  It is hard for us to understand a person who 'gets off' on power over others, but the C19 pandemic has shown the true colors of our 'governors.'  Have no doubt, they mean to govern and to dictate  they love it.  How can we keep these hard-ons from public office?

We need stewards of the Republic, not power-seekers.  

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E Archer, NYC Don Lee, Reno (8/19/20)

Kind of difficult to outmaneuver the enemy without knowing their tactics and strategy. "You never truly know a man until you fight him." ~ The Matrix

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E Archer, NYC Don Lee, Reno (8/19/20)

Everett doesn't say freedom is guaranteed. Read the whole quote.  "so long as the principles by which it was acquired are held sacred."  Then you start with the religious lecturing...

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E Archer, NYC Don Lee, Reno (8/19/20)

And how are we to come to know Natural law?  How are we to be sure that man's laws are in accordance with the God of Nature?  It is the same as determining what is 'right conduct.'  So, the greater man does what he has determined to be right, no matter the laws.

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E Archer, NYC Don Lee, Reno (8/19/20)

Judge the words not the man.  What if you did not know who said it?

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E Archer, NYC Don Lee, Reno (8/19/20)

Lame. Another ad hominem fallacy addressing nothing of the quote.  Instead of dumping on all the quotes, how about making a real argument?

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E Archer, NYC Don Lee, Reno (8/19/20)

You are free because you 'obey' Nature?  That's an oxymoron.

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The battle, as always, is for your mind.  Who do you think you are?  Do you even have a say?

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Sounds like NYC, Chicago, DC today... coming soon to a leftist city near you.

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Sounds like Biden's basement strategy...

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E Archer, NYC Patrick Henry, Red Hill (7/24/20)

Love it! "shorn by menticide of their objectivity" !  I will have to start using "menticide" in daily discourse of progressive liberals.  ;-)

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